07-12-2016 Australia must embrace “unconventional” measures to take control of its economic future or risk falling into recession, according to a QUT economist.
07-12-2016 QUT has been recognised for education excellence and delivering outstanding learning programs after receiving three prestigious Australian Awards for University Teaching worth $25,000 each.
01-12-2016 Fewer Australians are giving to charity but those who do are giving more, according to the largest ever research into philanthropic behaviour.
29-11-2016 Eight outstanding QUT students have been awarded the prestigious New Colombo Plan (NCP) Scholarship at an awards dinner in Canberra last night (MONDAY 28).
11-11-2016 Aldi’s entry into the market has provided greater choice for shoppers, and also for suppliers, says QUT retail expert Associate Professor Gary Mortimer in response to Dick Smith’s claim Aldi will take ‘hundreds of millions of dollars’ out of the country.
01-12-2016 Today sees the release of Giving Australia 2016; a landmark report cataloguing the volunteering and giving habits of Australians. The report is the culmination of research led by QUT’s Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies in conjunction with Centre for Social Impact Swinburne and the Centre for Corporate Public Affairs and funded by the Department of Social Services, and seeks to establish an unprecedented benchmark of how and why Australians give, how much they donate/volunteer and how these factors affect the nonprofit and philanthropy sector.
11-11-2016 For Emma Mulhern, the opportunity to test products in a simulated marketplace at QUT helped launch her small business start-up, creating unique laser cut products and gifts.
08-11-2016 Businesses must drive change to encourage more women into corporate Australia, Carnival Australia Executive Chairman Ann Sherry AO has told a QUT Business Leaders’ Forum.
04-11-2016 A QUT team has been awarded $100,000 after winning the Global Business Challenge, in which seven of the world’s top graduate schools and universities competed to improve healthcare in remote communities.
02-11-2016 Sixty-three per cent of young Australians rank climate change as the most serious issue facing Australia – three times the number in any other geographical area of the world, a global survey has found.
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